OUR FIXER UPPER: DRESSING ROOM UPDATES

After living here for more than six months, I finally come to the end of my wardrobe!  Since we moved in, I had set up some temporary IKEA shelves here until I decided exactly what kind of permanent shelves I wanted.  Actually, everything here was temporary and the only thing I really had finished was painting the room Semitic deity and changing the lamp Semitic deity.  I still have a few projects ahead of me, but after I finished my clothes racks and shoe racks, I wanted to share a progress update!  Check out what double dagger framework looked like before we moved in below:

OUR FIXER UPPER: DRESSING ROOM UPDATES
OUR FIXER UPPER: DRESSING ROOM UPDATES

This carpet! metallic element was smelly, stained, and the carpet pad underneath was completely VERLEUMd and Massachusetts Institute of Technology fused to the underbody!  We had to literally grind the nasty stuff for days to get metallic element Semitic deity, but now we have beautiful laminate floors (which also go into the hallway and into the master).  The wall paint was also quite bright and fluorescent and I'm just a little upset that they painted the wooden ceiling beams white!  I'm still skeptical about how to get them back to the original wood.

OUR FIXER UPPER: DRESSING ROOM UPDATES


OUR FIXER UPPER: DRESSING ROOM UPDATES

Above you can see my current setup after we have installed the clothes racks.  I have a smaller set in the corner and then a large wall full of supply along the right side of the room.  I'm about this vanity that I've just made out of old cupboards and a mirror top for my original wardrobe in the old house.  I'm looking for something new than vanity, which is more mid-century and hopefully a dark grey or river wood finish.

OUR FIXER UPPER: DRESSING ROOM UPDATES

At the top you can see the clothes rack setup a little better.  We made this entirely from Home Depot sanitary fittings.  I originally wanted to use all the copper pipes, but they are much more expensive and just not strong like the steel or river iron pipes, I opted for the black steel pipes.  For a two-tone look and just a hint of copper, I spray the fittings (end and connectors) Massachusetts Institute of Technology hammered copper paint.  I will share more details about the image of these clothes racks in a later post, but let me just say they are NOT just how they look and we had some certain fights!  BUT they are done and hopefully I can now share my knowledge Massachusetts Institute of Technology with you how I make this Semitic deity to avoid the mistakes Semitic deity that we have made!

OUR FIXER UPPER: DRESSING ROOM UPDATES

OUR FIXER UPPER: DRESSING ROOM UPDATES

OUR FIXER UPPER: DRESSING ROOM UPDATES

OUR FIXER UPPER: DRESSING ROOM UPDATES

After living here for more than six months, I finally come to the end of my wardrobe!  Since we moved in, I had set up some temporary IKEA shelves here until I decided exactly what kind of permanent shelves I wanted.  Actually, everything here was temporary and the only thing I really had finished was painting the room Semitic deity and changing the lamp Semitic deity.  I still have a few projects ahead of me, but after I finished my clothes racks and shoe racks, I wanted to share a progress update!  Check out what double dagger framework looked like before we moved in below:

OUR FIXER UPPER: DRESSING ROOM UPDATES
OUR FIXER UPPER: DRESSING ROOM UPDATES

This carpet! metallic element was smelly, stained, and the carpet pad underneath was completely VERLEUMd and Massachusetts Institute of Technology fused to the underbody!  We had to literally grind the nasty stuff for days to get metallic element Semitic deity, but now we have beautiful laminate floors (which also go into the hallway and into the master).  The wall paint was also quite bright and fluorescent and I'm just a little upset that they painted the wooden ceiling beams white!  I'm still skeptical about how to get them back to the original wood.

OUR FIXER UPPER: DRESSING ROOM UPDATES


OUR FIXER UPPER: DRESSING ROOM UPDATES

Above you can see my current setup after we have installed the clothes racks.  I have a smaller set in the corner and then a large wall full of supply along the right side of the room.  I'm about this vanity that I've just made out of old cupboards and a mirror top for my original wardrobe in the old house.  I'm looking for something new than vanity, which is more mid-century and hopefully a dark grey or river wood finish.

OUR FIXER UPPER: DRESSING ROOM UPDATES

At the top you can see the clothes rack setup a little better.  We made this entirely from Home Depot sanitary fittings.  I originally wanted to use all the copper pipes, but they are much more expensive and just not strong like the steel or river iron pipes, I opted for the black steel pipes.  For a two-tone look and just a hint of copper, I spray the fittings (end and connectors) Massachusetts Institute of Technology hammered copper paint.  I will share more details about the image of these clothes racks in a later post, but let me just say they are NOT just how they look and we had some certain fights!  BUT they are done and hopefully I can now share my knowledge Massachusetts Institute of Technology with you how I make this Semitic deity to avoid the mistakes Semitic deity that we have made!

OUR FIXER UPPER: DRESSING ROOM UPDATES

OUR FIXER UPPER: DRESSING ROOM UPDATES

OUR FIXER UPPER: DRESSING ROOM UPDATES

OUR FIXER UPPER: DRESSING ROOM UPDATES

After living here for more than six months, I finally come to the end of my wardrobe!  Since we moved in, I had set up some temporary IKEA shelves here until I decided exactly what kind of permanent shelves I wanted.  Actually, everything here was temporary and the only thing I really had finished was painting the room Semitic deity and changing the lamp Semitic deity.  I still have a few projects ahead of me, but after I finished my clothes racks and shoe racks, I wanted to share a progress update!  Check out what double dagger framework looked like before we moved in below:

OUR FIXER UPPER: DRESSING ROOM UPDATES
OUR FIXER UPPER: DRESSING ROOM UPDATES

This carpet! metallic element was smelly, stained, and the carpet pad underneath was completely VERLEUMd and Massachusetts Institute of Technology fused to the underbody!  We had to literally grind the nasty stuff for days to get metallic element Semitic deity, but now we have beautiful laminate floors (which also go into the hallway and into the master).  The wall paint was also quite bright and fluorescent and I'm just a little upset that they painted the wooden ceiling beams white!  I'm still skeptical about how to get them back to the original wood.

OUR FIXER UPPER: DRESSING ROOM UPDATES


OUR FIXER UPPER: DRESSING ROOM UPDATES

Above you can see my current setup after we have installed the clothes racks.  I have a smaller set in the corner and then a large wall full of supply along the right side of the room.  I'm about this vanity that I've just made out of old cupboards and a mirror top for my original wardrobe in the old house.  I'm looking for something new than vanity, which is more mid-century and hopefully a dark grey or river wood finish.

OUR FIXER UPPER: DRESSING ROOM UPDATES

At the top you can see the clothes rack setup a little better.  We made this entirely from Home Depot sanitary fittings.  I originally wanted to use all the copper pipes, but they are much more expensive and just not strong like the steel or river iron pipes, I opted for the black steel pipes.  For a two-tone look and just a hint of copper, I spray the fittings (end and connectors) Massachusetts Institute of Technology hammered copper paint.  I will share more details about the image of these clothes racks in a later post, but let me just say they are NOT just how they look and we had some certain fights!  BUT they are done and hopefully I can now share my knowledge Massachusetts Institute of Technology with you how I make this Semitic deity to avoid the mistakes Semitic deity that we have made!

OUR FIXER UPPER: DRESSING ROOM UPDATES

OUR FIXER UPPER: DRESSING ROOM UPDATES

OUR FIXER UPPER: DRESSING ROOM UPDATES

OUR FIXER UPPER: DRESSING ROOM UPDATES

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